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Stones in gall bladder. Low blood pressure, weakness and diabetic. Any remedy?

Mymom has stones in gall bladder for more than 10 yrs wheras there is no pain and any other issue regarding that issue even doctors said they dont need operate but for couple of yrs shes having a sort f gastric problems like her blood pressure lowers she feel extremely weak and on times loose her concious we have done her colonscopy which was clear she also passes liquidy stool eevery alternate ay after she as te same problem kindly advice cuz shes geeting very weak and i m extremely concerned shes also diabetic
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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Thank you for your query.

If gall bladder stone remain asymptomatic then there is no need of surgery.

Her weakness may be due diabetes or its complication like diabetic neuropathy or nephropathy.

Weakness with sudden fall of blood pressure is a feature of autonomic neuropathy which is also a feature of diabetes.
Alteration of bowel habit may occur due to same problem.
Though there is possibility of irritable bowel syndrome or non ulcer dyspepsia.

So all complication of diabetes should be excluded.
Physical examination & some relevation investigation are all to exclude these.

Take care.
Answered: Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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